Planning for a Diverse and Equitable Future
Planning for a Diverse and Equitable Future is a monthly video series created by The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel’s Diversity, Equity and Inclusivity Committee. ACTEC considers the historical, continuing, and devastating impact of institutionalized racism against people of color in our society to be a humanitarian, rather than a political issue.
This series strives to educate by discussing issues surrounding racism and offer recommendations to combat inequality.
How do society and professionals promote generational wealth? Author Rochelle Riley and ACTEC Fellow Stephanie L. Perry discuss economic inequality for people of color, and actions estate planners and wealth management professionals can take to combat the wealth gap in America.
ACTEC Fellows Cynthia Lamar-Hart and Paula A. Kohut share their legal and practical experience supporting transgender people who are changing their name and gender. Learn more about updating vital records and estate planning considerations in this video.
To review ACTEC's position on diversity, equity and inclusivity,
please read ACTEC Statement Condemning Racism.